Tuesday September 22, 2020

Irish firm makes €10m deal with international emergency services company

Critical Healthcare’s deal with Danish company Falck will see them double their staff in the next five years

20th March, 2019
Founders of Critical Healthcare, Seamus Reilly and Dr Anne Cusack

Irish company Critical Healthcare has completed the signing of a €10 million deal with Danish company Falck, a leading international private provider of emergency services and the only intercontinental ambulance provider.

Critical Healthcare, founded by Seamus Reilly and Dr Anne Cusack 18 years ago, supplies a range of medical products and services to the pre-hospital market and ambulance providers in Ireland, Britain and Europe.

Founded and still headquartered in the Midlands, Critical Healthcare employs 22 full-time...

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